Ever find yourself wondering what the UK government does in terms of protecting and promoting human rights internationally? Well, we’re here to give you a whistle-stop guide.
With hate crimes on the rise in England and Wales, and a growing climate of fear, division and blame at the international level, it is more important than ever to … Continued
From Plato to Thomas Paine, philosophers have made a major impact on human rights.
When my ‘Granny Pud’ passed away, a Torah was found, concealed, in a box at the bottom of her wardrobe.
In July 1995 there was a massacre. In the small mountain town of Srebrenica in Eastern Bosnia Serb forces killed more than 8,000 Muslim men in just a few days.
On Holocaust Memorial Day last year, our founder Adam wrote an article saying that ‘evil progresses cunningly’, through ‘a million tiny cuts to liberty’.
From April to July in 1994, up to 1,000,000 people in Rwanda were murdered by members of the Hutu ethnic majority.
Women in their 20s are earning less than men, and the gap is getting wider, according to figures released today.
More than 300,000 Britons are homeless or living in inadequate housing, according to new data from UK charity Shelter.
A Kent landlord who tried to ban “coloured” people from renting his houses has been told his policy is unlawful.